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BDO appoints two new advisory partners

UK firm BDO LLP has grown its advisory resource with the appointment of two new partners. Since the start of 2019, the firm has appointed 12 new partners and promoted 14 directors to partner, spanning their London and regional offices.

Rob McCann is a corporate finance partner in the firm’s Manchester office. He will work with the M&A team across the North, leading the team in Manchester and building upon his experience in the local and national private equity market to help businesses achieve their strategic investment and exit ambitions.

Nick Andrews joins BDO’s London Forensics team. He will focus on developing BDO’s M&A disputes offering, which includes acting as an expert determiner and advisor or expert witness in various disputes.

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